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Statement of Estimates, Appropriations, Total Tonnage of each District, and the

and Revenue, for the years 1833, 1834, Total Amount of American and For

and 1835,

• 272 eign Tonnage that Entered and Clear-

Expenditures of the United States, from ed at each District, in 1834,

1817 to 1832, inclusive; distinguishing Value of all Manufactures of Wool, Cote
the aggregate of each foui consecutive ton, Flax, Silk, Hemp, Iron and Steel,

years, during that period, 387-392 and Leather, Imported in 1834, • 360

Commerce and Navigation

Value of Iron in Pigs, Bar Iron, Steel,

Value of Imports and Consumption of Hemp, Wool, Paper, and Books, Im:

Foreign Merchandise, in each year, ported in 1834,

• 361

from 1790 to 1835, inclusive, ! 273 Va:ue of Rags, Furs, Hides, DyeWood,

Value of the whole Exports of the United Indigo, Copper, Tin, and Ciude Salt

States, distinguishing the value of do Petre, Imported in 1834,

. 362

mestic produce, in each year, from l'alue of Molasses, Coffee, Sugar, Salt,

1790 to 1935, inclusive,

- 274

Wines, Spirits, Fruits, and Spices, Im-

Value of the whole Imports of the United ported in 1834,

• 303

States, of dutiable articles exported, Value of Fish, and Fish Oil, Wale-bone,
and dutiable articles consumed, in the Spermaceti, and Taliow Candles, and
years 1834-1835, inclusive,

Soap, Beef, Tallow, &c., Butter, and
Statistical View of the Commerce and Cheese, Exported in 1834,

Navigation of the United States, for Value of Staves, other Lumber, Masts,
the year ending September 30, 1834, 346 Oak Bark, Manufactures of Wood,

Commerce of each State, in 1834,

- 368

Naval Stores, Pot and Pearl Ashes,

Navigation of each State, in 1834,-

-369

Skins and Furs, Exported in 1834,

- 365

Statement exhibiting the Total Value Value of Hats, Leather, &c., Snuff, and

of Merchandise Imported from each Manufactured - 'Tobaeco, Medicinal

Foreign Country, in 1834,

- 347

Drugs, Copper and Brass, Combs and

Statement exhibiting the Total Valne of Buttons, Iron, and Manufactures of

Foreign Merchandise Exported to each Cotton, Exported in 1834,

. 356

Country, in 1834,

348 Value of Pork, Hams, &c., Flour, Corn,

Value of all Articles Free of Duty, Iin. Indian Meal, Biscuits, Rice, Cotton,

ported and Exported, in 1834,

349

and Tobacco, Exported in 1834, - 367

Value of all Articles subject to duties ad Value of Manufactures of Wool, Cotton,

valorem, Imported and Exported, in Flax, Lace, Brass, and Watches, Im-

1834,

ported from Great Britain, in each

Ruantity and Value of all Articles pay year, fioni 1820 to 1834,

• 380

ing specific rates of duty, Imported Value of Manufactures of Iron, Earthen

and Exported, in 1834,

352-355 Ware, and Glass, and the Quantity

General statement of the Value of all and Value of Salt, imported from

Domestic Produce Exported to each Great Britain, in each year, from 1820
Foreign country, during the year end. to 1834,

- 380
ing September 30, 1834, distinguishing Quantity and Val e of Rice, Tobacco,
the amount exported in American or and Cotton, Exported to Great Bri-
Foreign Véssels,

355 tain, in each year, from 1320 to 1834, 381
Summary statement of the Value of Do, Quantity and Value of Pot and Ptárl

mestic Produce, Exported in 1834, 357,353 Ashes, Flour, and Flaxseed, Exported

Comparative view of Kegistered, Emoll to Great Britain, in each year, fron

ed, and Licensed Tonnage, from 1815

1820 to 1834,

- 381

to 1833, inclusive,

: 359 Total Value of all Imports, from, and

Number of American and Foreign Ves. Export, to, Great Britain, in each year,

sels, and Amount of Tonnage, that

from 1820 to 1834,

• 382

Entered each District, in 1834, - 370 Quantity of American and Foreign Ton-

Number of American and Foreign Ves hage employed in Trade with Great

sels, and Amount of Tomnage, that Britain, in each year, from 1320 to

Cleared from each District, in 1833, 371

133+,

383

Number of American and Foreign Ves Quantity of American and Foreigo Ton-

sels, and Amount of Tonnage, that nige employed in 'Trade with France,
Entered from each Foreign Country,

in each year, fion 1820 to 1834,

- 383

in 1934,

- 372 Value of Siiks and Fruits, and the Quan-

Number of American and Foreign l'es tity and Value of Wines, and Silks,

Bils, and Amount of Tonnage, that Imported from France, in each year,

Cleared to each Foreign Country, in

from 1920 10 1834,

• 384

1834,

• 373, Quantity ani Value of Cotton, Tobacco,

Number of Vessels and Amount of Toil. and Rice, Exported to France, in each

nage, of each Foreiga Country, ibat year, from 1320 to 1834, inc usíve,

• 384

Entered and Cleared. in 1834, 374 Total Value of all Imports from, and Ex-

Number and Class of Vessels Built, and ports to, France, in each year, from

the Tonnage thereof, in each State, in 1820 to 1834,

the year ending December 31, 1833, 374 Coinmerce of the United States with

Tonnage of the United States, for the all parts of the World, from 1820 to

year ending December 31, 1833, 375 1834,

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.....151

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Argentine Republic.............133
Act authorizing Patent to be Arkansas-

issued to James Jones........ 73 Delegate, 24th Congress...... 54
Act authorizing Patent to be Judiciary of..................129

issued to Francis B. Ogrev... 73 Mail Contractors in ..........240
Act to extend the Patent of Ro Armament of Fortifications.....143
bert Eastman........
73 Armorers.

95
Act to extend the time allowed

Armories.............

95
for execution of duties or Com.

Arms, Apportionment of, 1834..167
missioners under Treaty with Arnis made in 1835.............166
France....
74 Army Bureaus..............

...93-105
Act to prescribe the Punishment Army, Condition of.............149

of Consuls, Commercial A. Army, Report on the ........139-149
gents, and others, in certain

Employment of Dragoons...... 149
cases.........................134

Recruiting ...........
Act to regulate the Pay of the Distribution of the troops......150

Navy of the United States.... 204 Army Register-
Act authorizing the construction General Staff Officers........393

of a Dry Dock for the Naval Medical Department....... ..394
Service......

........206

Purchasing Department......393
Act 10 establish Branches of the Pay Depariment....... ...393
Mint of the United States....276

Quartermaster's Department.393
Abolition Associations ....... ...217 Ordoance Department.

.395
Academies, Laod granted to....243 Corps of Engineers..

.395
Adjutant General's Offre....... 93 Topographical Engineers.....395
Agents, Indian....... ...177 Dragoons.o.o.

.396
Agents for removal of Indians.. 102 Ist Regiinent of Artillery. 396
Agents, Navy......... ..418

2. Regiinent of Artillery ....397
Agents, Pension....

180

314 Regimerit of Artillery .397
Agriculture ........................ 15

4th Reginvent of Artillery.....398
Alabama

1st Infantry.

..3931
Senators, 241h Congress...... 44 21 Infantry..

...398
Representatives, 241h Cougress 54 34 Iufantry.

.399
Mail Contractors in ........ .239 4th Infantry.

399
Custom House Officers in .....342 5th lafantry..

400
American Touage........369-377 6th Infantry
American Vessels

ith Infantry..

400
Entered and Cleared, each Lineal Rank.... 401--403
State......

..369

Cominanders of Posts... 150
Entered each District.........370 Posts and Arsenals.......... .150
Cleared each District.........371 Deaths and Resignations. 403
Entered from each Foreign Dismissious.........

Country.......... ...372 Military Departments .393
Cleared to each Foreigo Coun Recruiting, 1835..............

..151
try...ooo
.......373 rmy Hospitals......

.......169
Built in 1833...... ......374 Army Surgeons.......

169
Apportionment of Arms..... 167 Arsenals.......

: 150
Appraisers...... .........303 Artillery ........ ............

.396-398
Apprentices in the Navy........196 Assayer...........

.275!
Appropriations, 1833-1835......272 Ass'i Postmasters General...... 109

.400

......408

Assistant Surgeons, Army... ..394 Canuon Foundry..........143, 195

Navy.. ..412 Capital, Banks in U. S........281
Attorney General........ . 108 Capitol, Police of............. 55
Attorneys.........

..126 Captains, Army ...........402, 403
Auditor, First, office of.......... 82 Navy....................

.409-411
Second, office of...... 83 Marine Corps..coco...........419
Third, office of....4.. 84 Central America ...........18, 133
Fourth, office of...... 84 Chaplains........ ......412

Fifth, office of......... 85 Cheese exported, 1834.........364
Austria....... ......132, 137 Cherokees...........

.......171, 175
Relations with.....

17 Chile..i

18, 133
B В.
China....

133
Baden........
.138 Chippewas....

175
Bank of United States..29-31, 278 Choctaw Academy..

.172
Banks, State.... : ....31, 264 Circuit Courts.....

128
Condition of all Banks, (Ta. Civil Engineers......

..165
ble)...........
..280* Civil List, expenses of...........

..387
Condition or Deposite Banks,

Claims on France............... 74
January, 1835, (Table)...280+ Clerks in State Department..... 72
Condition of Deposite Banks,

Patent Office.......... 72
December, 1835, (Table).. 2800 Treasury Department 75
Number and Capital of, at

1st Comptroller's Office 78)
different times.............. 281 2d Comptroller's Office 81
Barbary Powers, Consuls to....133

First Auditor's Office.. 82
Bar Iron, imported 1831........361

Second Auditor's Office 83
Barracks....

. 152

Third Auditor's Office 84
Bavaria......

.132, 138

Fourth Auditor's Office 84
Beef, &c. exported, 1834........364

Fifth Auditor's Office.. 85
Belgium......
....17, 132, 137

Treasurer's Office..... 86
Board of Navy Commissioners.. 108

Register's Office...... 86
Boatswains,

Land Office........ 89
Books imported, 1834..... .....361

Solicitor's Office...... 90
Boots and shoes exported, 1834.,366

War Department...... 91
Boston Dry Dock.ri.
..............203

Requisition Bureau... 91
Boundary, Mexican.,

Bounty Land Office., 91
Bounty Land Office ..............91

Office of Indian Affairs 92
Brass manufactures-

Pension Office........ 92
Imported 1834....... ......360

Adj't General's Office 93
Exported 1834...... ..366

Engineer Department.. 94
Brazil....
.18, 133, 138

Topographical Bureau 95
Bread exportert.......

Ordnance Department 95
Breakwater...........!

. 153

Quartermaster's Dep't 96
Bremen.......
........132, 137

Subsistence Departm't. 102
Brigadier Generals...............393 Purchasing Departm't.103
Bureaus, War Department.......97

Pay Department......104
Army. ....... ..93--105

Medical Department..105
Butter exported, 1834.............

..364

Navy Department....106
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Navy Comm's Office.. 108
Cadets....

....406-408

Attorney Gen'ls Office. 108
Candles and soap exported,

General Post Office ..113
1834......

..3641

Post Offices....... 119-122

.....416

..74

........367

..367

395

......28

......129
...125-127

Clothing Bureali...... ..104 Connecticule
Coast, survey of......

..200 Custom Ilouse Oficers in....323
Coffee, imported 1834. ...363 Consuls of the U, States....130-133
Coinage, Goll...... . 29, 265 Act to prescribe punishment of.134
Coins made in 1935...

275 Foreign in United States. 136. 138
Collectors of the Customs. 298 Consuls General, Foreign...t:.136
Fees of..........

343 Consumption of riutiable articles. 271
Colonels...... .............401 Consumption of foreign merchan.
Colleges, Land gravier 19......293 dise, 1790-1925...............273
Combs, &c. exporter, 1831 .....366 Contractors, Mail.......... 228-244
Commanding Officers of Posis..150 Copper importerl, 1831.... .362
Commerce...

15 Copper &c., exportell, 1834....363
Commerce and Navigation.. ...346 Corn exported, 1991......
Comercial Agents........130.138 Corps of Engineers....
Commissariis......
...393 Cotion exporter, 1831.......

1367
Commissioner of Land Ofice. 89 To France, 1827-183+.......382
Commissioners of the Navy.....,108) To Great Britain, 1821-1831.38 1
Comm'r of Public Buildings......55 Colton, manufactures-
Commissioners of Insolvency....297 Imported in 1834... ..360
Commissioners of Loans.......

From England, 1821-1934.,330
Comm’rs, Mexican Boundary.. 74 F.sporteil, 1031..... .......366

Comm’rs of Sinking Fund.. ..28, 74 Couris—Supreme ....... ........124
Commissioner of Indian Affairs.. 92 Circuit......
Commissioners for treating with District.....
Indians......

149 Courts, Territorial..............129
Commissioner of Pensions....... 92 District of Columbia .........129
Commerce of the United States, Creeks.........

174
1821.-1834.........

.336 Cumberland Road.........140, 163
Commerce of U. Srares, 1834....346 Currency..

.264
Commerce of each State, 1834..368 Custom House Oficers.....314-342
Compensation in Postmasters...207 Fees of......

...343-3-15
Comptroller, Office of First..... 78 Customs

Office of Second....80 Revenue from ..... .,378, 379
Congress-

Collectors of the....

298
Election, duties, and pr'vileges Surveyors......

..300
of Members of.....,
421 Appraisers................

.303
Senators...

Naval Officers...........

302
Officers of the Senate........ 55 Assistant Appraise!S...........

303
Alphabetical list of Senators.. 61 Cuiters, Revenida...... 303-306
Representatives ....
............45-54

D
Officers of the House ......... 55 Dead Leiter Office ........ .116
Librarian....................... 55 Deaths-Army, 1835...........408
Cominiltees of the Senale.... 56

Navy, 1835............424
Committees of the House..57-60 Debt, United States...... 248
Alphabetical list of Pepre's.. 61 Debtors, Insolveni........ .297
Pay of........... ..65-70 Delegates in Corgress....... 54

Sessions of......... ...71 Delaware
Connecticut

Senators, 24th Congress...... 44
Senators, 24th Congress...... 44 Representatives24th Congress 48
Representatives 24th Congress 46 Mail Con'ractors ir......
Mail Contractors in ...........

230 Custom House Officers in ....,334

....235

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323
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367
395,
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382
581

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66

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Delaware Breakwater. .153/Estimates for 1836.........247-260
Denmark.......

132, 137 Expenditures, 1833-1835.......272
Relations with................ 17 Expenditures, Post Office .......

...207
Department of State............ 72 Expenditures, Public....... .245
of the Treasury:

..... 75 Expenditures, 1817--1832..387-392
of War.............. 90 Civil Listi... og

.387
of the Navy........106 Department of State ..........387
of the Army........150 Treasury Department........387
of Indian Affairs....177 War Department............

.......338
Deposite Banks...........264, 280$ Nayy Departmenloo....
Director of the Mint............275 General Post Office ...........388
Directors, U. S. Bank...,,,278-280 Government of Territories...388
Dismantled Posts, Keepers of...154 Miscellaneous......

.389
Dismissiouis-Army, 1835..... .408 Light Houses...

.389
Navy, 1835...... 424 Lands....ii

.389
Distribution of the Troops......150 Roads .......
District Courts....... 125-127

Public Buildings..

..........390
District of Columbia ............ 41 Foreign Intercourse.... .390

Custoin House Officers in....336 Military Establishment....... 391
Districts of Representatives... 45-54 Incijans......

...391
Districts for sale of public lands..282 Naval Establishment........391
Domnestic Produce exported, in Expevse of Public Lawdś.......293

1831................ ..356–359 Expense of Light Houses.......313
Dragoons......

.139 Exports, 1834...............346-348
Diy Dócks..............•:•

199, 203 Of each State in 1834........368
Dry Duck, New York......199, 206 Exports and Imports, 1834 349-355
Duties, Expenses of Collection, Expor!s, of Domestic Produce,
&c. 1834....

.....378, 379
1834...

..356-359
Duties, gross amount, 1834....378 Exporlf, Domestic, 1790-1835..274
Dye Wool imported, 1834......362 Exports, dutiable articles.......271

Exports, Foreign, 1790-1835...273
Earthen Ware from England, Exports to France....

.384
1321-1834.........

:380 Exports to Great Britain..381, 382
Eastern Department of the army 150 Exports, value of principal arti-
Education Fund for Indians....173 cles of, 1834..............364-367
Elucațion, Milit.ry............ 34

F
Election of President and Vice Fees ôf Officers of Customs.343-345
President.....

40 Finances........

............... 24
Egypt......

132

Report on................ 245-271
Einigration of Indians...... 102 Of Post Office Departm'e.208-213
Engineer Department........ 94 Fish and oil exported, 1834.....364
Additional Engineers

ers.......

140 Flax, manufactures of, in,ported,
Officers, &c employed by.....163 1334......

...360
Operations of, in 1835....155-163 From England, 1821-1834....380

Works projected by...........168 Flaxseed, exported to England
Engineers, Corps of.......... 33 1821-1834................. .381

Civil....... ..................165 Floating lights....... ..312

Topographical........ ...395 Florida
England....

. 130, 136 Delegate, 24th Congress...... 54
Equador...... ...................133 Mail Contractors in...........239
Estimates, 1833-1835..........?

.....2721 Custom House Officers in.....342)

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